I know subordinate conjunction is mainly used to link an independent clause to a dependant clause. Sometimes when I'm writing I have the need to use "if", "when" and "that", "even if" and other subordinate conjunction. I struggle to use these as I don't know if I can use them Correctly between two independent clauses.
Many businesses use a variety of methods to advertise their products and services,which will enable them to attract customers and this will enable them to seek their products fast.
Many people people love going to fast good restaurant, even if their is a large waiting list until a table is free.
Can we use subordinate conjunction to separate two independent clauses ? Watch
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Last edited by Highfiveyou; 20-07-2014 at 16:50.
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